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porn performers to wear condoms for movies made in l.a., short for los angeles, and it could drive them to a less regulation prone state. they say it would frequent testing and the relatively low rate of hiv among workers. their work is safe. they have no idea -- have i no idea who these people are, by the way, explain it in a psa. >> every day on average 12 people lose their lives by simply doing their job. >> since the year 2000 over 60,000 americans have died on the job. only six performers tested hiv positive in the same 12 years. >> performers are required to test for hiv and std's every 14 to 28 days in order to work. a mandatory condom law will not make our workplace any safer, but it will drive our $20 billion industry and 10,000 jobs out of l.a. county. >> frightening. couldn't they have found somebody better looking for this? let's leave her out of this. we'll discuss it in the -- >> lightning roooooouuuunnnnddd. lightning round. >> diana, forget how you feel about porn for the moment. i know you love. it could this crush california's economy? >> i think california needs all o
? they didn't care that it cost millions of dollars to clean up los angeles and who had to clean it up? dwar beg men. it is all bs. >> this sounds to me like a case of political carpet bagging. imagine the opposite occurred. i pick up mitt romney's garbage and every day he comes out and hugs me. like that would lose the election. he doesn't hug me or he hugs me every day. no way for mitt romney to win. >> or even if he was mildly friendly, he tries to hard. he is trying to be cool. he is trying to be one of the people. >> he thinks he is cooler than i am. he is talking down to me. he thinks i can't afford my own gatorade. it would have been that whole thing. >> he comes out with garbage and throws it at me. put it in the truck. that's what i do. >> stick with this garbage analogy, isn't mitt suffering from a mess he made himself? if he hadn't said that 47% line they never would have come up with the campaign and never would have used the quote against him. >> i think they have come up with it anyway. >> but they used the quote over and over and over in ways that are effective even if they ar
the study and they will be successful. >> matt, what's your take on this? >> everybody in new york and los angeles who was moderately successful claims they were percent executed in hole and they were not beaten within an inch of their life. you when you get in big trouble you say you were dyslexic. >> that's what i do and my clothes are on on backwards. bill, you were poor and unpopular then and i was popular. >> first in gym class. the locker room weighings was a little word. my mom was my teacher. >> i want to know if you were popular in high school, greg? >> of course he was. >> i guess i was. >> yes, he was. no. yes, no, yes. >> i ruled the school! >> we will close things out with a post game wrap up with andy levy. >>> back to tv's andy levy for the post dwaim wrap up. >> thanks. are you going to disclose who you are voting for? >> we did this this week. for the third time in the last three elections. we are the only music or magazine outlet that does it. go out and make fun of us. >> my big backyard made an endorsement. >> who did your big backyard endorse? >> my big backyard magazi
successful. >> a group of terrorists have just taken a group of civilians hostage in downtown los angeles. we have no idea who they are or what they want. >> what are your take aways of "black november." what was your plight as far as nigeria and africa and i had no idea it was going and it was always going on. >> what i enjoyed was the enthusiasm that the african actors had portraying something they are trying to fix and the passion of bringing it out of them. >> don king was the producer. did you hear him say words like, we have to film your interpretation uh your atonement? >> i just kept looking at the bling and wondering what was real and thought real. >> you were in the enrique iglesias video "hero." >> yes, i was. >> what happened to his mole? >> i don't know. i was out of work and i needed the job. >> his mole went from here to here and now it is gone. it is like the hump in young franken stein. i don't know what happened to this mole. i want it on a milk box. you prepared for your role in "ironman
taken a group of civilians hostage in downtown los angeles. we have no idea who they are or what they want. >> what are your take aways of "black november." what was your plight as far as nigeria and africa and i had no idea it was going and it was always going on. >> what i enjoyed was the enthusiasm that the african actors had portraying something they are trying to fix and the passion of bringing it out of them. >> don king was the producer. did you hear him say words like, we have to film your interpretation uh your atonement? >> i just kept looking at the bling and wondering what was real and thought real. >> you were in the enrique iglesias video "hero." >> yes, i was. >> what happened to his mole? >> i don't know. i was out of work and i needed the job. >> his mole went from here to here and now it is gone. it is like the hump in young franken stein. i don't know what happened to this mole. i want it on a milk box. you prepared for your role in "ironman 2" but by -- by interviewing the russian inmates. what is the most awful thing they told you? >> the most interesting thi
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